The rate at which the Earth’s atmosphere is warming has slowed in recent years. The reasons presented for this so-called slowdown or #hiatus are varied, and communicating the complexity of this particular avenue of climate science is particularly challenging.
A joint web focus between Nature Climate Change and Nature Geoscience presents original research and opinion pieces on the science and social dimensions surround the warming slowdown
Join us as +Alicia Newton of Nature Geoscience discusses the science and communication of #climatechange over the past two decades with +Lisa Goddard of Columbia University's International Research Institute for Climate and Society, +Karen Akerlof of George Mason University, and +Ed Hawkins of the University of Reading on 20 March, at 3 PM GMT/11 AM EDT.
We’ll be taking questions posted here or using the hashtag #NPGjclub on Twitter. Get started now, and ask away all the way through the live event.
Today it's #TeacherTuesday & my friends over at +aswegrow are looking at teaching in a Syrian Refugee Camp - includes some really shocking stats - "To put it into numbers, 57 million children in our world are currently not in school, even though they should be."